“Unlikely Love: Why Spiders Reject Viral Body Butter as a Mate”

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“Like it was legit following the scent.”One person claimed that a wolf spider bit them after they used their wife’s lotion. No because @Sephora here's my wolf spider bite after using some of my wife's lotion and then changing her freaking tire. What many people might mistake as “wolf spiders” are likely house spiders in the Agelenidae family, which behave and chemically interact differently. In other words, the compounds that would attract one species of spider wouldn’t attract another, like wolf spiders or house spiders. Some wolf spiders, for example, user kairomones to avoid larger spiders that might hunt them, or hunt in areas where there’s more prey for them.